Second Crimean War #434

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The Doodler
20th Jul 2017, 7:59 PM

I remember those printers...

(Chekhov isn't wearing any more uniform decorations than he absolutely has to because he finds it a little embarassing and they clank. A tie is bad enough.)

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Tantz Aerine
21st Jul 2017, 10:44 AM

Those printers were terrible. Ate more paper than they printed on. Also, I like her confidence. As for medals, the true specimen doens't need to flash them anyway ;)

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The Doodler
24th Jul 2017, 6:32 PM

This is the man who continued to wear pink sneakers (originally red, they got UV'd) to war even after his not-color-blind friend pointed it out.

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Whiskey T. Foxtrot
22nd Jul 2017, 3:15 AM

Add an annoying high-pitched bleeping noice, a touchscreen that constantly reads "please remove paper blockage" and a customer who comes in one minute before closing time and wants 4,000 copies taken - that's my workplace.

The first three panels seem so familiar that it's kind of eerie...

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The Doodler
24th Jul 2017, 6:31 PM

I had to scan a page backwards at work today because the printer kept attempting to eat it, and I thought of this, aaaaugh.

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BUMBLEBEE
22nd Jul 2017, 9:20 AM

About 500 guys joined up for the Odessa Operation but then bailed right after - it must not have gone well? It looks like a similar trend leading up to the murder of civilians - 200 people or so join up, the event happens, and then about an equal number leave. But I wonder if it was the same 200, or did the organization just shift toward a meaner, nastier overall group by driving off the moderates?

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The Doodler
24th Jul 2017, 6:29 PM

I have the best commenters. :D

Some of this is going to be addressed in the next several pages, but since the graph panel is "artistic" hash:
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The battle of Odessa spike, for example, while it's a spike, seems to contribute to higher levels of recruitment/retention of troops after the initial spike drops off -- ditto the PR disaster that fall. I think you're exactly right about the people who don't leave probably being more extremist/radicalized. (Like, Yana, who doesn't seem too on-board, almost joined early on.)

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